Women hold less than 25% of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Medicine) jobs in the United States. There is a substantial gap between men and women studying STEM in most parts of the world. Learn more about the gender gap in STEM with our resources.



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Race, Ethnicity, and Culture

Career Pathways for People From Marginalized Groups (Practices)

How Uber and Ulta Beauty create equitable career opportunities for people from marginalized groups in their organizations.

WEBINAR: Next Gen Technologists: Innovating with Latinx Women

A 2020 study found that while women overall comprise 28.8% of the US tech workforce, Latinas hold a mere 2%…

Canada Roundtable: Women in Science, Tech, Trades and Engineering (ERGs)

Please join us for a conversation with the teams from Nutrien’s WINTER (Women in Non-Traditional Environment and Roles) and Hydro…

Future of Work

Dow: Combatting Microaggressions Webinar Recording

Dow’s HR team and the Office of Inclusion, along with education technology company Mursion, created learning modules featuring virtual reality…


Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) (Quick Take)

Data and sources for women in STEM industries in Australia, Canada, Europe, India, Japan, and the United States.


STEM: Ask Catalyst Express

Data and credible resources on how STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) organizations can attract, promote, recruit, and retain women.


Women in Energy (Quick Take)

A statistical overview of women working in the male-dominated energy industry—including mining, gas, and oil—globally, in Canada, and in the…

Organizational Culture Change

How Enbridge Won the Catalyst Award

Since launching their Catalyst Award-winning initiative, Enbridge has already exceeded their 2022 goal of 30% women in manager-and-above positions.

Organizational Culture Change

How Parexel Won the Catalyst Award

Representation of women in senior leadership at Parexel increased across each job band level globally between 2014 and 2021.

Organizational Culture Change

How Boston Scientific Won the Catalyst Award

Between 2017 and 2020, women in executive leadership roles at global organization Boston Scientific increased from 12.5% to 26.7%.


Women in IT Summit

Hear new and unique perspectives, discover dynamic opportunities for collaboration, and leave armed with actionable takeaways.


Canada Virtual Panel: Les STEM en 2020 : témoignages, enjeux, pistes de solutions

Aujourd’hui, avec les progrès technologiques et la transformation numérique dans la plupart des secteurs économiques, de nombreux emplois changent et…


Enbridge Inc. – Diversity Dashboard (Practices)

Learn how Enbridge Inc. is working to increase the representation of women across the company through accountability and transparency.

Catalyst Award Winner

Medtronic: Igniting Women to Lead Through the Medtronic Women’s Network (Practices)

Leveraging their powerful internal women's network, Medtronic is growing the women in their leadership across the organization.

CANCELLED: Les STEM en 2020 : témoignages, enjeux, pistes de solutions, Montréal QC

Given the growing concerns around COVID-19 and as a reflection of our values, we have made the decision to cancel…


VIRTUAL EVENT: Women in STEM Roundtable

How can companies attract, retain, and develop high-potential talent within these tech-intensive roles? Join us March 25th!

RESCHEDULED TO DECEMBER 8, 2020: Women in Tech – Business Leaders Diversity Conference

As leaders in the tech industry you recognize the importance of gender diversity, the challenge of finding great talent, advancing…

Artificial Intelligence

How AI Reinforces Gender Stereotypes (Trend Brief)

Artificial Intelligence is only as good as humans design it to be, and humans still have work to do.

3rd Annual Tech Up for Women Conference

Tech Up for Women, a Catalyst partner, is a collaborative hub created for the advancement of women, providing resources, tech…

This Teenager Is Giving a Keynote at CCH Conference. Here's Why. (Blog Post)

This year, Catalyst Canada Honours features a keynote by the 16-year-old founder of Smart Cane. Here she explains her view…